They wanted to be married and so got married. Dance a leg to the famous Love Waltz ball on a sea liner on their wedding night-they did that too, 100 percent their way. Her way. Sensible was her head and merry was she in his company. Yet . . . The sea liner that she jumped off with her sleeping husband is silently sailing to its destination. Joanne looks at it from a crude boat that is rocking on roaring waters. Not worried. Not in doubt. She is following her heart. After all, she has seen her spirit appear to her, talking to her, and taking her to where she should be going. There are old souls to be judged, old stories to be unwound. Is it easy for Joanne and her husband, Pavlo, to usher in salvation for a generation of living and dead? Taking a step back, why was salvation denied to these same men? Was it justified? In principle, is there a paradise in waiting for the one who listens to the murmurs of his soul? In any case, principles are always remade. Tailored. Corrected. Souls inside questions when shackled; the body sulks, looking for a lost paradise. So reasoning warns caution . . . and then principles stand recorrected. But if you know nothing, you know it all.
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